2018


(See Hillsboro Community Center for a listing of events 
at that facility.)


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MUSIC
Bonnie and Taylor Sims
Hillsboro Community Center
Sunday, March 11 at 3 p.m.

Rocky Mountain Country Soul: Bonnie and Taylor are a musical couple from Texas who now make their home in the Rocky Mountains.  The two met in 2005 while attending South Plains College in Levelland, TX where they began their life of love and music. 

Over the last ten years they have made a name for themselves as a true Colorado treasure with a full touring schedule as well as many teaching and speaking commitments. 

Bonnie Sims sings & plays mandolin and carries on the musical tradition of her father (Mike Cruciger), a life long Texas banjo playing legend and songwriter. 

Taylor Sims sings & plays flat-top guitar and is an award-winning songwriter and recording artist from wide open spaces of West Texas. 

When they are not playing as the duo, they front a five piece country/rock band called Bonnie & The Clydes.  With four critically acclaimed albums and multiple awards they continue to write, perform and produce real Americana music that is truly their own.


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MUSIC
Jack Glatzer
Hillsboro Community Center
Sunday, April 29, 2018 at 3 p.m.

Jack Glatzer returns for another of his stellar classical performances.  He has released  a number of recordings, including: 

  • Locatelli: Caprices. Golden Crest RE-7077. (1982)
  • Piano trios of Debussy and Cowell. With the Manitoba Trio. UMSoM 111. (1986?)
  • February Suite. Music by S. C. Eckhardt-Gramatté and Robert Turner. With Delores Jerde Keahey, piano. Eckhardt-Gramatté Foundation EGF 200D. (1989)
  • Jack Glatzer - Scattered Sparks of Sound. Music of Bloch, de Sousa, Bartók. Chatsworth FCM 1006. Also released as 20th Century Violin Recital by Orient Vision. (recorded 1993; released 1994)
  • Cláudio Carneiro: Sonata and other works. With Filipe de Sousa, piano. Strauss. (1995). ISRC SP 4060
  • Niccolo Paganini: 24 Caprices for Solo Violin. Orient Vision CW 1002. (recorded 1997; released 1998)
  • Murray AdaskinSonatine Baroque for unaccompanied violin. On The Adaskin CollectionSOCAN MMI 05. (2000)
  • Bach in the Cathedral. With Joseph Munzenrider, harpsichord.
  • Jack Glatzer in Recital. Music of Bach, SculthorpeElgar, Paganini. ABC Classic FM.


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